Interview with Daniel Ho, Los Angeles, California/Honolulu, Hawaii

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Daniel Ho
Daniel Ho (Los Angeles, California/Honolulu, Hawaii)

Daniel Ho is an ‘ukulele virtuoso, slack key guitarist, multi-instrumentalist, composer, arranger, singer-songwriter, producer, audio engineer, and record company owner. Daniel’s collaborations transcend genres, from Hawaiian regional roots to world music with Mongolian nomads, to duets with Pepe Romero, the maestro of classical guitar, to jazz and rock with Tak Matsumoto of the Japanese supergroup, B’z. Daniel is a six-time GRAMMY Award winner, eleven-time GRAMMY Award nominee, six-time Taiwanese Golden Melody Award winner, and recipient of multiple Hawaiian Music awards. Always on the move, Daniel is an American cultural ambassador, with tours completed to Japan, Thailand, Brunei, and Australia. In infinite pursuit of new musical adventures, he is also the designer of the Romero Creations Tiny Tenor ‘ukulele, Ohana Bongolele, and Shakerlele. His custom-designed six-string ‘ukulele is on exhibit at the GRAMMY Museum in Los Angeles.

Interviewed by Raquel Paraíso, 09/24/2020.
Raquel Paraíso
Music; United States; Covid-19 Pandemic
Los Angeles, California
Honolulu, Hawaii
Musicians in America during the Covid-19 Pandemic
Society for Ethnomusicology

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